Auburn’s Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace Downs NCAA, U.S. Open Record in 100 Free

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee, February 18. AFTER not competing in the individual event earlier in the night, Auburn's Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace ledoff the Tiger 400-yard freestyle relay with an NCAA and U.S. Open in the women's 100-yard free at the Southeastern Conference Championships.

Vanderpool-Wallace charted a time of 46.61 to chip some time off her NCAA and U.S. Open record time of 46.81 set twice last year. She posted that time twice in the same day at the 2011 SECs, first clocking the time in prelims before matching it in finals. Auburn went on to win tonight's relay with a blazing time of 3:12.85.

Event 41 Women 400 Yard Freestyle Relay
NCAA: N 3:09.88 3/21/2009 University of California
Wilson, Jensen Daag, Vollmer
American: M 3:11.03 3/19/2011 University of Georgia
Scroggy, Romano, Margalis, Schmitt
US Open: O 3:09.88 3/21/2009 University of California
Wilson, Jensen, Daag, Vollmer
SEC Record: S 3:12.00 2009 Auburn University
Ohlgren, Vanderpoo-Wallace, Marck, Geary
3:14.93 A NCAA A
3:24.67 B NCAA B
School Seed Finals Points
1 Auburn-SE 'A' 3:15.62 3:12.85 A 40
1) Vanderpool-Wallace, Arianna F 2) Riordan, Hannah JR
3) Fonteno, Megan M FR 4) Krakoski, Haley E SO
21.98 46.61 (46.61)
1:09.66 (23.05) 1:35.23 (48.62)
1:57.96 (22.73) 2:23.82 (48.59)
2:46.94 (23.12) 3:12.85 (49.03)

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